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Lost ChildrenFinal Light - Lights Out [LostChildren037] (December 16, 2007)

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'Lights Out' is the demo EP release from Final Light aka James Morris and displays a different side to the From The Sky guitarist, an electronic beats fused with classical post-rock side.

Taking inspiration from the glitchy instrumental bands of the West and experimental electronica coming out of the East, Final Light mixes ambient piano and synth string sections underneath driving electronic drums and glitch sounds, showcasing a promising future outside of From The Sky for James.

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Artist/Composer: Lost Children
Date: 2007-12-16 00:00:00
Keywords: Ambient; Electronica; Instrumental;

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